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Blake Griffin had a pretty eventful Monday night. He scored 37 points and even got in a little scuffle with P.J. Tucker in the Los Angeles Clippers’ win over the Phoenix Suns. But, that’s not all. Griffin was seated on the Clippers’ bench when
It’s a common perception that most NBA games are decided in the final five minutes or so. Then there was the one played at AmericanAirlines Arena on Monday night. The Heat scored a 99-90 victory that might have been decided
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In continuation of the Orlando Magic’s 25th anniversary season-long celebration the team will honor former Magic great, Darrell Armstrong, at the Magic’s March 14 matchup vs. the Washington Wizards, tip-off set for 7 p.m. The night will feature a
It wasn't too long ago the Indiana Pacers were strides ahead of the Miami Heat for the best record in the Eastern Conference.
This is no time for defending champions to reach for the panic button, but it’s a question that begs to be asked just the same. Just what has gotten into LeBron James and the Heat lately? The Chicago Bulls
Last time the New York Knicks won an NBA title, Phil Jackson was a funky member of the team, holding a joint in one hand and an opposing player’s jersey in the other. He lived in the Village, as
On this edition of Insiders Show, Eric Lopez talks to Jeff Pearlman about his new book on the Los Angeles Lakers in the 1980s ”Showtime” era. Why You Should Listen : Eric Lopez talked to Jeff Pearlman about his new book
Tim Duncan has a propensity to turn the ball over in situations like this — end of clock, trying to
Dennis Rodman, two months after traveling to North Korea for the second time to visit leader Kim Jong Un